Programs are typically 2 years in length and combine the major course work for a degree in nutrition and/or dietetics with the supervised practice hours for eligibility to become a registered dietitian upon graduation. No additional internship is needed.

 

UT Austin Department of Human Ecology, Austin
Bachelor degree, general emphasis

http://www.he.utexas.edu/ntr/cpd.php


UT Southwestern School of Health Professions, Dallas
Master degree, medical nutrition therapy emphasis

http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/clinnut


UT Pan-American College of Health Sciences and Human Services, Edinburg 
Bachelor degree, general emphasis

http://portal.utpa.edu/utpa_main/daa_home/hshs_home/dietetics_home


Texas Christian University Department of Nutritional Sciences, Ft. Worth
Bachelor degree, general emphasis

http://www.nut.tcu.edu